Jaewon Sim

Jaewon is the student-elected trustee at Cornell University and an information science major in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Jaewon at Cornell

A Cornell that works for everyone

As trustee, Jaewon envisions a Cornell that provides every student an equal opportunity to succeed on campus and beyond.

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Featured News

Jaewon Sim at student-elected trustee debate
Beginning Next Year, Students Will Receive Around 200 Pages of Free Printing Each Year

Jaewon Sim ’21, S.A. vice president for internal relations and task force co-chair, spearheaded the free printing initiative, making it a hallmark of his time on the Assembly.

Apr 25, 2019

Cornell Student Assembly executive board
New Printing System to Feature Free Printing and Reduced Costs Beginning This Summer

The biggest changes to the system will be free printing allocations for all students, reduced printing costs and the centralization of all printers on campus under Cornell Information Technologies.

Mar 3, 2019

Cornell Student Assembly members
S.A. Addresses Creating a Representative Position for Cornellians with Disabilities

The S.A. plans to have the committee fully established this semester, according to the resolution.

Jan 25, 2019

Project Updates

Cornell Governance
Cornell campus-wide printing system reform

During his tenure, Jaewon initiated and saw through a 3+ year project to deliver an affordable, equitable, and consistent printing experience for Cornell students.

Using CUPrint, all Cornell students will print the first 200+ pages for free, and pay 30-40% less when going over-the-quota.